ROCKINGHAM COUNTY QUILT TRAIL


Dwight Myers FamilyThe Rockingham County Quilt Trail is a celebration of the county’s local agriculture, community artists and rich cultural heritage. It’s a scenic country drive that takes you over rolling farmland, through forests, across rivers and into towns and villages in a quest to see 27 authentic quilt blocks by local artisans, each displayed on barns and outbuildings of family farms. As American tradition has it, each quilt block has a meaning and story of its own. Many of the installations on the Rockingham County trail were chosen by the participants with special significance for their family’s heritage.

This self-guided trail takes you through Rockingham County’s beautiful rural landscape, where you’ll see historic tobacco barns, vineyards, farm stands and country stores along the way. Several farms may also offer seasonal produce or other goods for sale. Use the interactive map below to set your own pace and direction.

You can travel the whole trail in a day, or perhaps spend a little more time along the way and drive the trail in sections.

When traveling the Quilt Trail, please be considerate of private property.

VISIT ALL 30 QUILT SQUARES


Click on a pennant on the map, or select from the menu below the map. Click the directions button, to get Google Map directions to each location.